Climate warming linked to tree leaf unfolding and flowering growing apart

Climate warming is linked to a widening interval between leaf unfolding and flowering in European trees, with implications for tree fitness and the wider environment, according to new research published in the British Ecological Society’s Journal of Ecology.

by Dan Symonds
Leaves unfolding - credit: Pixabay
Leaves unfolding - credit: Pixabay

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